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NJ TRANSIT AND SIX FLAGS OFFER SPECIAL SAVINGS FOR BUS CUSTOMERS

Express bus service begins April 5 from Newark and New York, April 7 from Camden and Philadelphia

April 2, 2012
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NEWARK, NJNJ TRANSIT and Six Flags are teaming up to make it easy and affordable for thrill-seekers to get to the fun at Six Flags Great Adventure, Wild Safari or Hurricane Harbor.  Families planning a 2012 visit to the park can avoid the hassle and expense of driving by taking advantage of NJ TRANSIT’s discounted travel packages for express bus service. 

 

The savings are available on select days throughout the 2012 season for bus customers using the No. 308 and No. 318 lines for travel to and from the park.  The No. 308 operates between the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York and Six Flags, with an intermediate stop at Newark Penn Station, and the No. 318 operates between the Philadelphia Greyhound Bus Terminal and Six Flags, with a stop at the Walter Rand Transportation Center in Camden.

 

NJ TRANSIT customers can save up to $51 by purchasing round-trip bus transportation and park admission together.  Prices and total savings vary based on point of origin and admission package.

 

Service on the No. 308 will begin on Thursday, April 5 and will operate on all days when the park is open to the general public, with daily service starting Wednesday, May 23.  Service on the No. 318 will begin on Saturday, April 7 and will operate on weekends, with additional Friday service starting on June 29.

 

For details on service and package prices, visit njtransit.com/sixflags.

 

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NJ TRANSIT is the nation's largest statewide public transportation system providing more than 895,000 weekday trips on 240 bus routes, three light rail lines, 12 commuter rail lines and through Access Link paratransit service. It is the third largest transit system in the country with 164 rail stations, 60 light rail stations and more than 19,000 bus stops linking major points in New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia.